At the heart of it, Love In The City is about a young woman making a change in her life and going after something she wants. About following your dreams and taking control of your own life, falling in love, letting your imagination run wild and doing things that you’ve only ever really thought about doing.
It’s a powerful book about letting go of the things that are holding you back and taking control of your life to find yourself. It’s about trusting in yourself and giving yourself a chance to love and be loved in return. It’s about being true to who you are and not letting anyone else bring you down.
And to close out this absolutely epic series, Kennedy L. Mitchell has delivered one hell of a book. Power Term will leave you breathless and absolutely stressed the whole way through, it will also make you giggle and gasp, but mostly, it will make you root and wait with bated breath for Trey and Randi to be back in each other’s arms.
It’s filled with small town drama, warm family feels and pain that can only be expressed in tears. Lenore and Jesse are a treat, but also so complicated.
This second chance, angsty romance was nothing like I expected it to be. What happens when you leave behind the love of your life and then pour all of that love into a book that becomes a bestseller? You deal with the consequences of the book.
Ugh, Carrie Aarons. You almost broke me with this book, but I absolutely loved everything about it. It’s such a refreshing set of characters with a fantastic relationship and proof that friendship always comes first, no matter what.
I absolutely love C.G’s style of writing and I love how much effort went into Eden and Beck, as well as all the supporting characters. The attention to those details really makes a book even better than it is.
The details, the characters, the history, the constant angst – it all just made this book so damn good. I knew from the blurb that it was going to be an emotional rollercoaster, but I don’t think I expected it to be so much more than I bargained for.
“Flirting with 40” was a lighthearted, fun read. The characters were fun too, making you want to soak it all up at one go. Blakely and Slade’s chemistry was sweet, more than hot.
In true Teagan Hunter style, you are treated to an absolutely hilarious, entertaining and deliciously sexy romantic comedy in Loathe Thy Neighbor.